George Haasjes

The capture of images is a time related event and can not be recaptured again. The speed of the exposure is registered and gone, even if shooting multiple shots. So photos hold time still, for the viewers only, of that precise moment that was shot in the recent past.

Publications in Driftwood

5 publications

  • Driftwood: 14 viewpoints

    14 different subjects shot from various locations.

    Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
    Print + Digital: $4.80 Digital: Free!
  • Driftwood: 5 short collections

    The 4th issue of Driftwood has a short collection of photographs that were taken in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin, near Lake Michigan…

    Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
    Print: $6.00 Digital: $2.00
  • Driftwood: Ghosts on rusting rails

    This issue is focused on the metal and wooden trains and locomotives that helped built and create this nation. They no longer are seen by the…

    Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
    Print: $6.00 Digital: $2.00
  • Driftwood: ONE PIECE AT A TIME

    The images that drifted thru the lens this issue are from a “George Barris” custom car show benefiting "NorthPointeResources.org“ which is helping…

    Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
    Print: $6.00 Digital: $2.00
  • Driftwood: On the beach

    As wood drifts along on currents, lakes and seas, images drift in front of the camera lens. As driftwood is at times displaced back into the water,…

    Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
    Print: $6.00 Digital: $2.00

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